Britain hammered by ocean surges and ‘most exceptional rainfall in 248 years.’

Vancouver Observer: England is experiencing the worst flooding since the catastrophic flood of 1953. December and January saw the heaviest rainfall since record keeping began in 1910. More heavy rains and storms are forecast in the weeks to come. The hardest hit areas are in the southwest and sections of the Thames River Valley. The water levels in low-lying Somerset county are expected to take months to recede. Rail service has been disrupted. A section of the rail line connecting Devon and Cornwall counties......

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